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The heated butter knife – get your knife heated without electricity or batteries

You can now cut through your butter, bread or any other food without the need for heating it up. All you need is the world’s first butter or condiment spreader which also works as a knife. This knife does not need any heating source such as electricity, batteries or even steam to get heated up, hence you can cut through any food item with ease.

How does the heated butter knife works?
This knife generates its heat through a conductor, tucked inside. The conductor is super-efficient in generating heating and ensuring that the heat is transferred quickly through the knife without any heat loss. The knife also works by transferring heat from your hand unto the knife and heat spreads quickly unto the condiment or butter that is being cut.

The knife comes in a polished silver colour with the control in red colour, at the top-head, you can simply press this control when you are about to use the knife, and watch as it slices the butter, condiments and even smaller fruits and vegetables.  The knife is durable and it feels comfortable in the hand, hence you can use it for as long as you want.

What else can I use the heated butter knife for?
The heated butter knife is not only designed to cut through condiments or for rubbing butter on your bread, it can also be used in slicing your fresh bread into slices, but you need to ensure that you don’t dip it into a hot substance such as hot water or hot food, the device is capable of drawing its heat from your hands, and dipping it into a heated substance can cause significant damage.  For more information on the features of the knife and how to handle it, you can click on the following link;

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The heated butter knife – get your knife heated without electricity or batteries


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